Orange Avenue, Wayne Avenue, Haverstraw Road, West Ramapo Road, East Ramapo Road, Gurnee Avenue, South Liberty Drive, North Liberty Drive, Bear Mountain Bridge, Bear Mountain Bridge Road, Main Street, Broad Street, Crompond Road, Saw Mill River Road, Tomahawk Street, Lincolndale Road, Lovell Street, Mill Street, Somers Road, Somerstown Road
Eastbound Views
Skipping a substantial distance to Peekskill, US 202 splits off from US 6 and runs south along Broad Street for a few blocks.
Photos taken November 2012.
There is a traffic light at Crompond Road. Turn left to stay on US 202.
Photo taken November 2012.
Crompond Road runs east through Peekskill as a two-lane undivided road.
Photos taken July 2020.
Welcome to the Town of Cortlandt!
Photos taken July 2020.
The western section of the Bear Mountain Parkway merges in from the left at a traffic light.
Photos taken July 2020.
Crompond Road continues east as a two-lane undivided road.
Photos taken April 2017.
Crompond Road widens to four lanes. The eastern section of the Bear Mountain Parkway begins on the left at an uncontrolled intersection.
Photos taken April 2017.
There are traffic lights at Pine Grove Court and Stony Street.
Photos taken July 2020.
There is an interchange with the Taconic Parkway.
Photos taken July 2020.
East of the parkway, Crompond Road is a two-lane undivided road.
Photos taken July 2020.
Turn right here for Franklin D. Roosevelt State Park.
Photo taken July 2020.
Old Yorktown Road (NY 132) begins on the left at a traffic light.
Photos taken July 2020.
Crompond Road continues east to Yorktown Heights.
Photos taken July 2020.
Welcome to Yorktown Heights!
Photos taken July 2020.
Crompond Road ends at a traffic light at Saw Mill River Road (NY 118). Turn left to go north and to stay on US 202/NY 35. Turn right to go south.
Photos taken July 2020.
Saw Mill River Road runs north as a two-lane undivided road.
Photos taken July 2020.
Welcome to Amawalk! This is, of course, an appropriate place for some pedestrian/bicycle crossing signs at the Empire State Trail, which is marked with route shields as if it were a road.
Photos taken July 2020.
Saw Mill River Road ends at a traffic light. Turn left onto Tomahawk Street to stay on US 202/NY 118. NY 35 splits off straight ahead as Amawalk Road.
Photos taken July 2020.
Tomahawk Street runs north as a two-lane undivided road. The Amawalk Reservoir is on the right, but it isn't visible from the road.
Photos taken June 2018.
The two routes split at a traffic light. Turn right onto Lincolndale Road to stay on US 202. Continue straight ahead on Tomahawk Street for NY 118.
Photos taken June 2018.
Lincolndale Road runs east along the north side of the Amawalk Reservoir.
Photos taken June 2018.
Welcome to Lincolndale!
Photos taken June 2018.
Lincolndale Road ends at a traffic light. Turn left onto Lovell Street to stay on US 202. Primrose Street (NY 139) begins straight ahead.
Photos taken June 2018.
Lovell Street runs north as a two-lane undivided road.
Photos taken June 2018.
There is a traffic light at Mill Street. Turn right to stay on US 202.
Photos taken June 2018.
Mill Street runs southeast as a two-lane undivided road.
Photos taken June 2018.
There is a traffic light at Brick Hill Road.
Photos taken June 2018.
Mill Street changes names to become Somers Road.
Photos taken June 2018.
Somers Road ends at a traffic light at Somerstown Turnpike. Turn left to stay on US 202. Turn right to go south on NY 100, which begins here.
Photos taken June 2018.
Somerstown Turnpike runs northeast as a two-lane undivided road.
Photos taken June 2018.
NY 116 begins on the right at a traffic light.
Photos taken June 2018.
Somerstown Turnpike continues northeast to Croton Falls.
Photos taken June 2018.
There is a traffic light. Mahopac Avenue (CR 136) is to the right. Croton Falls Road (CR 136) is to the left.
Photo taken June 2018.
There is a stop sign at NY 22. Turn right to go south. Bear left to go north and to stay on US 202.
Photos taken June 2018.
East to Putnam County

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